History of Mental Illness
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news.yahoo.com — “Read 'In Mental Illness, Women Internalize and Men Externalize' on Yahoo! News. Women are more likely to develop anxiety and mood disorders such as depression, while men's mental health issues are more likely to involve antisocial personality and substance abuse disorders, a new study says.” View full resource at news.yahoo.com
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healthcentral.com — “For years, people have speculated about famous people in history, whether they had ADHD or other mental illnesses. For example, lists on the internet show peopl...” View full resource at healthcentral.com
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latimes.com — “The FDA considers lowering the risk classification of electroshock treatment, now known as electroconvulsive therapy. Proponents aren't helped by its sordid past in treating the mentally ill and punishing prison inmates.” View full resource at latimes.com
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organizedwisdom.com — “Depression is the most common treatable mental illness in the United States. Psychologist Tracy Ochester is trained and experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of depression. Learn about signs and symptoms of depression to see if you might be suffering from this common condition.” View full resource at organizedwisdom.com
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